I ate here with my girlfriend and her parents while visiting last weekend. My girlfriend has Celiac disease, which means that she has an intolerance towards gluten, essentially any foods with wheat, barley, oats, or MSG. While ordering she attempted to asks the waitress whether or not the she could substitute the toast that came with her breakfast for a different side that would not make her sick to her stomach for the rest of the weekend. The waitress very rudely replied that the restaurant would not allow patrons to substitute sides, even if they did have health issues that did not allow them to consume said foods. This was just the beginning of our unfortunate experience. My girlfriend than asked the waitress if the potatoes were possibly cross-contaminated with any food that may have contained gluten or if there was anything in the potatoes containing gluten. Once again the waitress was extremely rude, telling us that she was to busy to go check on it in the kitchen, and that my girlfriend simply could not have the potatoes. When we asked if she could go check on it she got even ruder, making it obvious that we were a huge inconvenience to her. In the end we waited nearly a solid half an hour to get our food, which by this time was lukewarm at best. The entire experience was not one that I would expect to have, as we have dined out many times and most restaurants have been very accommodating to my girlfriend. She is currently writing a letter to be sent to the department of health, and we will never dine at this establishment again.
I was in Charlottesville on business and my associate and I stopped in for a beer and pizza. I am often mistaken for younger than I am, which is why they probably thought we were in the UVA college. There was a heavy-set man who seemed to be the manager and he was not at all nice. We asked some questions and each answer was curt, snooty, and not at all professional. Being someone who has ran my own restaurant for many years, I know that this is very poor customer service. They shouldn't judge a book by the cover, which is what they did with us. No wonder we were the only table in there. I will never be back.
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